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H. MARKAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic pbysiclan and Surg;e6u.
0(Bc 1 Commercial avenue. Reeldence corner
Fotirtcf nUi ttt. ana vanipnwu cu, vhu.
E. W. W1IITLOCK,
OrnoB No. 1M tommoj-cil Avenue, between
Kighth and Ninth HtreeU
R. Y. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE KlglitU Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public ami t'ouveyaucer.
OKPlCBi With the WldowV andOorpnana' Mu
ual Aid Society.
r INEOAR & LANSDEN,
OSTICENo. 11!) Commercial Avenue.
QAIItO CITV FERRY CO.
THREE 3sgS3& STATES.
Ou and alter Monday, June lei. the boat will mike
the following trip:
lbaver leave lkavks
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
S a. m.
10 &. 01.
J p. m.
1 p. m.
t:io a. m.
10 :: a. hi.
9:Srt 0. in.
9 a. m.
a p m.
r p. m.
10 a. in.
4 p. in.
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ttOB METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
The' KU-gintSidevvheel Piiaseugcr steamer
I v Cairn nvefv afternoon fll It O'clock, fo!
i.,iii.iih M,'iriiiiiillK mid wav landings. l'r
Treii'lil or rin:e atmlv tu SOL. A. fll.YEli
f ". WHEELER,
Dealer in all kiud of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIGr MUDDY COAL
AVO01) AXD COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wasliiuartou ami
70 OHIO LEVEE.
So dirt or dut by taeaure twine exposed to air.
Milk delivered tw lie a do.'.
SEALED IX IT NT BOTTLES.
Try it and n-e for yourselve.
;J0 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR:
I, ash on delivery of tickets.
Q I). WILLI A3ISOX,
7o Ohio Levee, ,
Boat Stores and (Jrweries,
Of all klnd.
Ol'KN NIGHT AND DAY.
l'reu Dairy mid (lilt Edge Butter. Oy-tci and u
kind ot' fruit when In aou. on hand ami dcliv
rd promptly at residence" free. Oyaii ra delivered
TJealer in Fresh Meat.
H'twu Y"aehInjston und Com-
trfrolal A v., udioimns liatiny.
KRKl'H for aalethe beat Uor, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Batuago, 4c, and ia prepared to terra
fanning in an acceptable manner.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTKHED AT THE POST PHTICK IS CATHO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OKK1CIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDEK COUNTY
Only Morning Dally In Southern Illinois,
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
New Buckwheat flour and maple
syrup, at Pettis & Bird's.
Several civil cases were disposed of by
Squire Robinson, yesterday, but no city or
New prunes, curruuts, citron, raisins,
etc., at Pkttis i&Bntu's.
A big wedding in Metropolis is booked
for an early day this week, Quite a num
ber of Cairo friends will'be in attendance.
There will be preaching in the Chris
tian church, on Eighteenth street, to day,
mornitig and evening, at the usual hours.
The public is invited.
We all have our preferences; but no
one prefers to hear a crying baby when the
fact is so well known that Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup would at once quiet it.
We are requested to state that religious
services iu the Lutheran church, this even
ing, will be conducted in English. Seats
free, and the public generally invited.
Mr. Henry Stouck, Meadville, Pa.,
cured of a bad case of Rheumatism by St.
The Temperance reform movement in
cludes tobacco as well as liquor, but its fol
lowing will be small as long as u cigar like
the "Faultless" can be bought for cents.
Sold bv Y. Korsmcyer.
Marx lias been obliged to expand has
added about ten feet of new shelving, etc.,
to his store in order to accommodate his
extra large stock of goods.
Twenty-live packages butter, strickly
faucy (small packages tor families). Tut
lis A' Bird.
--Try our WhiU Heath Peaches, the
fmest'in the market. Ptrns ic Bird.
Religious services will be held in all
the churches to-day at the hours named
in our directory. Strangers in the city
are always assigned good stats.
Go to Pettis A' Bird, it you want close
figures and fresh groceries. They have
everything and anything you need.
If the impression prevails that the emi
nent criminal lawyer, Justus Cunningham,
will not prac tice in Justices.' courts, it is
unwarranted. He practices in a!! the
I'olicemeu 'rYims and Tyler have been
doing service on the down-town beat for
some time the upper beat being under the
supervision of Henry Duncker and John P.
Loss of Life. Thousands sink into an
early grave by not giving immediate atten
tion to a slight cough which could have been
stopped by a 23 cent little of Dr. Bull's
Mr. Prank JV'Uth of the well known
shirt firm ot Roberts A' Co.. SprinL'tield.
Illinois, is iu the city, at Louis Herbert's.
You should not miss such an opportunity to
get a perfect ti in the paragon of garments.
Mrs. Herbert A. Harrell and child will
leave for Chicago, by the Illinois Central,
this evening. Herbert Laving struck a
'business bonaczs" then-, as he thinks, the
family will make that city their future
In giving the composition of the M. K.
choir yesterday, we spoke of Mis McKce
as -u.-t lining the 'alto.1' The compositor,
desiring to give the ladv "Tester latitude.
perhaps, tortured our alto into "etc." But
"thev all do it."
About o o'chx.k yesterday afternoon, a
little girl, fell from a wagon, at a oiiit on
Commercial avenue near Twentieth street.
and the hind wheel pissing over Ik r bod v.
injured Iter quite seriously. We lid not
obtain full particulars.
-A vacancy exists in the constabulary
force of the Court House preci net ; but thre
doesn't seem to be much contention for the
place. We have heard it said that M. F.
Wooten and.Henry Duncker an-candidates,
either of w hom would make a good con
stable. The finest display of overcoats we have
ever seen in Cairo is at the store of A.
Marx on Ohio levee. He knows what the
people need and has got them for them, in
the latest styles, of all kinds of material and
prices to suit all purses. Go and see his
stock before you buy.
Frank E. Kendall, who was thought
to be the devisee of his father's entire
estate, is the administrator, and gives notiei;
of a purpose to adjust all unadjusted mat
ters pertaining to the estate. The impres
sion prevails that the estate is very valuable
m untaxable effects.
It's rather strange, but' true, tl, ns
soon as a Cairo cat acquires a little skill in
the art ol vocalization, it makes its way
to our backyard to appraise us of its pro
gress. There is not a full grown cat in
Cairo with whose vocal gifts und acquire
ments we are not thoroughly familiar.
A colored woman named Julia Jones, a
resident ol the pestiferous nest below Fifth
street, was brought before Squire Comings,
yesterday, to answer for disorderly con
duct. The answer failing to mollify the
insulted majesty of the law, Julia Jones
was fined live dollars and costs, n I sent
over for seven days.
CAI110 BULLETIN:, SUNDAY MORNING, JTOYKMBEK 1S79.
Tho Gilberts called out an excellent
hrmsn last nitrht. and in tho rendition of
Lady Audley's Secret gave abundant
testimony of tho lino dramatic ability the
company is known to possess. Tho troupe
is certainly ono of the best now traveling,
and is constantly winning upon popular
Tho matineo by tho Gilberts, yester
terday afternoon, was well attended, and
passed off in tine stylo. Tho advertised
time was 1 :00 p. m., but spectators were ex
nsperatingly slow in getting together. At
the hour named there was not a soul in the
house. At 2 o'clock the people commenced
flocking in, and by half-past two a very
respectable audience had assembled.
A. Marx is selling an Immense num
ber of the new celluloid collars nnd cutis.
They happen to be the very thing that
business men, young and old, have been
looking for. They never need doing up,
are as flexible as linen, and a wet sponge at
night cleans them and baves them looking
exactly like fine, gloss-starched linen right
from the laundry.
Our hotels, all of them, are thriving.
As most of the arrivals are after dark, and
hs there are many departures befoie day
light, the daylight show cannot bo taken as
.1 fair criterion of tho business. The tran
sient guests, or a large majority ot them, arc
accommodated by the St. Charles, Planters
and Arlington; but the less pretentious
houses enjoy a large share of the local or
more permanent patronage.
-The ladies of W. C. T. U. will give an
oyster supper in Reform hall, next Tuesday
night, and, procuring the choicest oysters to
be had "and enlisting skilled aid in the
"preparatory" department, they otiylit to
serve out stews, fries or dishes of the raw to
live hundred persons. Put aside a half dol
lar tor the occasion, hang pour wife on your
elbow, and count yoursell as "two." what
ever others may do.
Mr. A. Y. DcBaim has fitted up in a
very tasteful manner, neat and eoyy
parlors in the rear of Geo. Wise's barber
shop, next door to the I. M. R. R. depot,
where the hungry of the laud can at any
time, day or night, enjoy a dish of the
finest of oysters in any desired style, or a
cup of steaming, hot coffee all of w hich
he explains in auot'ur column of this
' -Along side of the the I. M. li. R. head
quarters is a quiet, orderly drinking saloon,
conspicuously labeled "Ticket Office."
.This sign beguiles not a few strangers with
in, w ho are not offended w hen confronted
by a skillful compounder of mixed drinks,
instead of a ticket agent. Others are
confused tor the nonce, but generally quiet
themselves with an "Oh; ah will give me
something anyhow." It's a paying sign,
we take it, is that "Ticket Office."
We announced a meteoric display for
la.-t night on tne authority of the St. Louis
Commercial Advertiser. . The date was
misprinted or erroneously given, or else
the exhibition was postponed, for it
certainly didn't come off last night. We
now learn from a gentlemau who give
heed to such matters, that the display is
fixed for the 13th instant; and that it
promises to be a grand affair. The ".tar
falls" of occurred on the ro-ning
of the i:thot November.
To beat a hotel or boarding hou-.- out
ot a "square meal" is a matter of fr-qu nt
occurrence, and generally excites no f ;r.!:er
comment than, "well, hunger pr;! a Ytv
drove him to it. Let the poor devil
But when a fe'low jumps the town, a- N.,;--ris
an B..rlow recently did. owiug t!i 'r
boss one hundred arid sixty dollar-. :ht
occurrence is productive of a great '. ,; r.f
honest unstudied profanity. The d.v ta
ble brace of beats put out on a fi it'eit,
narrowly esr.aping a writ of attaCfnv.-r.t.
We have not li'-tic.-;, as the editor of the
Johnson County Journal claims to Inve
done, that the Democratic papers of -.his
district are getting u; a Crawford cor.grc- j ,n,;n ' ot the uivler'.-ilang are put in the
sional boom. But it i, undeniable, never- '''allot box. Unless there is work . done at
thele-ss, that Judge Crawford would ;rove I the diro polls well directed, honest work,
a strong candidate. A the 1k-s buih- ! ,hfi native vote of the county cannot be
beating canvasser in Illinois. i- a u.vi t f ! 'prcome, and th.- proposition will be de
brains, and the Democratic party of tho j letted.
di-triet would open t way to o rt tin I Caroline) Carter cri-cd the arrest t
victory by nominating him. II
beat Thomas a thousand votes.
Charley Scho"nmeyer, of the Germar.ia
House, has put his house in order a a re.--tuurant
and oyster mloon, and
from this time forth will be found
prepared to furnish f,y,ster:i in
any style dedr-d, meals at all hours, and,
as formerly, tlf ( accommod ite a limited
number of day boarders. Vt'e need scarce
ly tell the Cairo public that Sehoenmcyer
feeds well, yives an abundance, and that of
the best. His house is n quiet, well-ordered
one, nnd as his prices are low, he deserves a
liberal share of public patronage'.
When the Cairo Vinceunes new route
to Chicago is completed unci that event
will be celebrated nlout the f:nt of Decem
ber, it is believed, ci'i's will go directly
through from Cairo to Chicago. Wc have
heiinl it Haid that Cairo pa-s-ncrs would
be put. through in thirteen I.oiiih or from
four tv nine hours quicker than they uow
go via the Illinois Central. A this would
require a speed id' only twenty -eight miles
mi hour, there is nothing unlikely, or im
possible of iiecoiiipli.'lunent in t!1( matter.
It is simply a little belter time than U'cui
ternary ou western roads -Hint's .M,
Citizon;' not given to much travel arc
not aware ' of the fact that tho Illinois
Central train that leaves Culro at 5 o'clock
Saturday evening, does not go through to
Chicago. Passengers are carried throiygh
to St. Louis, but go no further north, ou the
IllinoiB Central, than Ccutralia. Wo re
mark this because wu take it that scores of
others are no better informed as to the run
ning of tho trains than the Cairo ladies
who scut their trunks to the depot yester
day, expecting to start for Chicago by tho
5 o'clock train. All other trains go
through, nnd all 5 o'clock traius leave Cairo
with a sleeper attached.
Tho ladies of the city are determined
that, if tho city council repeals the ordi
nance that prohibits the sale of liquor mi
Sunday, it will do so in the face of a num
erously signed protest. Renioustrauees
have been und are being circulated for
signatures in all parts of the city, and we
shall not be suprised if, by the meeting of
the council ou Tuesday evening next,
as many as a thousand names will
have been secured. The actors in this pro
test are content that the law shall stand as it
is ; but its repeal would indicate a retrograde
movement which they feel it their duty to
The reception of General Grant iu
Chicago, ou the 12th, will probably be the
grandest demonstration ever witnessed o
the American continent. The purpose to
put 80,000 men, with two hundred bauds of
music, in line, will doubtless be carried
out; and at night, the whole city, the
heavens and lake Michigan will be set
ablaze with lire works. That residents ol
this portion of the State may attend and
witness this grand event of this age, the
Illinois Central will run two excursion
trains, and fix the fsre at such a low figure
that all who may so desire, can attend with
out seriously feeling the expense. The
cost of a tound trip, first-class ticket from
Cairo, has Keen put way down to $, which
is a reduction of sixty -six per cent. This
liberality on tli part the company will in
sure a rousing attendance from Egypt.
The company's advertisement will appear
in our next issue.
A few minutes before 2 o'clock, yester
day afternoon, we saw seven two horse
wagons, two men on horse back and several
individuals on foot, at the ferry wharf,
awaiting ferriage to Kentucky. This 'u u
thing of daily occurrence, however, but it
siirtw wh:.t the r eid built a few year ago
in Billard county, is doing for Cairo. In
ail of the wagons were bundles, barrels and
box- s of eTOCCTici, dry good, etc., that had
been purchased from our merchants and
:r.x:ers. A genih inm who-c opportunities
for observation have be. u good, gives it as
his opinion that the sing!';, cheap wag n
roal in q'-stion has increased the retail
trvle of t'airo not less than fifty thousand
dollar a year. Can our citizens, or will
they, close their eyes upon this fact, ar-d
permit by their indifference, negligence or
opposition, the defeat of the county road
proposition to be pawl up'in iKxt Tuesday?
We shall see.
The few hundred dollars invested by
Cairo inert hauts and bu::iess men in the
Ballard county wagon rend, have brought a
return of more than a huudr.-d per centum
per annum. Tl e expenditure gave us com
munication w ith Bland vilie nud ail the con
tiguous country, and train? of wagons that
bring iu wheat, tnbaceo, potatoes and corn,
tell Us ev..-ry day of the wisooru of that out
lay. Shall we close our eyes to that exper
I'nci'. an 1 penult tni-g o-led, stingy, selfish,
uninformed ' r miii. formed voters to defeat
I tV proposition p'-nding tn op"n like com
inunira'ion with all part- of Alexander and
; Pulaski ( cunti' s1 It arild reflect upon
j the elite: pri-e and liberality of ur people
to penult the ciietwc- -t the proposition to
defeat it. It would betray an indifference
to our individual inU rests, an i the welfare
of the city ao i county, of which no wideawake-
people ,-hould be guilty. But to suc
ceed, wc must work. A little money should
be raised to employ icn to bring in voters,
and to see to it that the ticki ts of
Mc'linda Cox, ynt( rd ay, for nssuult und
battery. The case was tried before Squire
Comings, and consumed the entire after
noon. Caroline swore, that Melinda came
out on the street, and dealt her in many ns
six blows em the head with a bludgeon.
Melin la an 1 her little daughter swore that
Caroline came into MelmdaV door yard,
and then and chore, in a loud and angry
voice, declared that her mis-ion was to
give Mehnda i terrible drubbing. Melinda
astonished at the avowal, asked Caroline if
she was crazy; and then, in a neighborly
manner, caught her by the arm and escorted
her toward the gate. At this instant Caro
line's boy let fly a shower ot brick-huts at
Melinda, who, dodging her head, permitted
one of thorn to bounce off of Curolino'u
temple. And this Melinda contends, wus
tho head and front of her offending. A
fourth witness, who looked on from afar,
said she saw the two women lighting out
side ot tho gate! Tlio Squire decided that
tho city had fulled to make out I's ca.se,
mid thn defundent wan discharged. W. C.
Mulkey, Esq., nppuurod for tho dofeiident.
City Attorney, W. E. Hendricks, assisted
by Ida brother George, mntiagcd tho prose
cution. Nut'eu wa given of a' purpose to
Leading Democratic journals are- urg
ing the Democrats of Illinois' to organize,
.toputon their armor and burnish their
arms for tho great conflict of 1880. They
hold that a grand, strong, determined pull,
altogether, will "yauk" tho Republican
party from all tts places of honor u'nd
power, and rescue Illinois from Republican
thralldom. The Belleville Democrat urges
immediate, compact organization. "Wc
appeal to the Democrats ot Illinois to put
aside all selfish aims und to prepare for
one powerful effort to wrest the state from
Republican misrule. All that is needed to
accomplish so desirable a work is early
organization with an intention to
briug out a full and thoroughly
united vote. Petty bickerings mid jeal
ousies must for the time be entirely ig
nored tor a common gofvd. To the timid
and faint-hearted the work may seem super
human, but to the patriot w ho sees a coun
try imperilled by uncrupuloiis and brazen
demagogues, there is no task too herculean
to dispel hopes of victory to a united and
earnest following. From township mid
precinct committees there must be contin
ued work. We have no place
for drones or machine men. Mod
em Republicanism must be un
masked, and every man who believes in a
government of the people, be he statesman,
orator, editor, farmer or'workingman. mut
contribute his share to the cause. The peo
ple once aroused will awaken the hills and
the plains, the prairies and the timber; tin
stone, the workshop ami the field will be
alive to the good work. Let Us at it. and
begin in time. Let every man do his fuil
duty. The re i-not, nor ought there to b-,
any compromise- until the country is
saved. Let us rescue our country and then
we can arrange party matters. The bleach
is before us and u- must do it, determined
to make "one pull altogetln f for the coun
try. He who falters belongs not to the
faith. .Democrat- of Illinois will ou
tamely surrender In the face of s din an
enemy f We hope not. Let Us begin riht
now, and on with the glorious cau-e."
W. ( . AND L. A.
A new and interesting programme has
lecn adopted by the 'Wouian's' Club and
Library Association for the coming seavin.
Henceforth tin- regular meetings will take
place the tir-t Wednesday (instead of the
first Friday as hen toiore). of every month.
The meeting of the Board of Trustees will
be held from 2 o'glfk until 3 o'clock and
the meeting ot flip a-sodation from I!
o'clock uutil half jiast four An interest
ing feature of the general meetings wili be
literary exercises, to which the frit rids of
the association are cordially invited and
which will beyin promptly at half past
oo'ch:k. On Wednesday next two papers
will be given one by the ptesiib nt, Mrs.
P. A. Taylor, entitled "The Influences .f
Christianity on the World's Civilization."
(This paper was recently read at the i.n
nual meeting of the Illinois Soeiul Science
Association in Chicago and was highly
praised, i aud another paper, by Mrs. II. H.
C.nidec upon the "Life ami Times of Oliver
Cromwell." A reading will be given by
Miss Kittie Ahord, entitled ' Henry the
Fifth's Woomg," from Sh ikespear. Such
an excellent programme should fill the
If you w ant a good dish of lystcrs ervcd
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
oil Ohio L vee, next to I. M. R. R. office.
Open day and niuht. Families supplied by
the can. Selects 3'J cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. Di:Uu s.
Old timk rule T.s at the barber shop of
J. George Sicinhouse. on Eighth street, near
Ah unde r County Bank. Good barbers,
easy ' hairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, shampoo
23 cent-, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
A Sh.Mtcn Waiihasx allows un officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes nnd drive out nil blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. -Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the- Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
itc, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sule by all Druggists. Sec that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper
R. II. Skm.hrh A; Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Savh yoi k ( im.nitiiN. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tcapoonful given to a child of Mr,
Briidbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours aftertaking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled -100
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, 'Pittsburgh, Pn. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
Tin-: Titl'Tii i- mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
lies", constipation, dizziness amf all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. U.
E, Sellers ii Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. I'.aichiy Pros., ngetits.
lot the Cairo Bullletln.
THK nTTvieAsmnvrn irnMir:
Tho old-fa-tii-rtied time, the; will ne'er eoroe again,
... uuiicrcupn uioomoa on ao inwn ;
Thu aunny old R-rdon, with the larkapura blue,
All bkIow win, th8 moru', ro-y dawn.
Tho nld-fni-hlouod house, with tho )aimine In
Aad tho while rolwd lllleaby the wait
Tho-uld-fu-hlonod lllaca, and the road ao rd.
With thoauullirhl of love over all!
The old-fa.hloncd molher.whoatood hy theih.or -
Bweot mother! dear liiottiort cuu It ob?
With tho old rhlout!d faro, hath vauiih'd from tt
That I live, and ran ciuilo-nilsainBthoor
Tin- old fitahloncd mother, will Ulna me no more,
She will fold mo do more to horbreant;
For tho while clo-er blooma, o i-rtuo dunr mother'
And (hi- Iilrda have all flown from loo tie t.
Tlicold-fttsliliiii.-d church, and the voire iu prayer -
How thonwc;et hymnnnre hauntluK mlnot-ai .
The oldin-liioued fnilh, ao lofty and punt,
And the irlory then brooding ao near.
The dear haunting aoiH, and the aweet aolemn
How tde nieni'ry my ey.. lll o'eirlowj
Tlieauullalit.theatarllKlil. will hrlSlilen the auard
lionudtlieold-fiialiloued home, well 1 know.
The day aoon will cmue, whin my eyua will t.i
Death's drapery shrouding my brensl ;
While my dull weary bmln-niy worn, fuded form,
Will betakliustheold faaliluned ret
'' vahia. und new aireamt, my wukliii; eye win
Dm the ciM (H-hUiiii-d mother will he uar;
While heaven'a Imrpa are couiidliiij. ouee aaln I
The iild-lasblnuecl kihivi. I .hull licar!
I or Hie Suuriay HullriUi.
Slop: atop! Old Time till I lake brea'u ;
I am weary of thin rate;
Kor thirly four long year I 've trieit
To kecpjtip with jonrpaie.
I'ie traveled wore than half ay up
The hill of life with yon.
Aud now I fain would ret awhl'.e.
The distant ,iwt lo view
Cncoriil.:ali.ln' l've walked with voi.
Aioii life' ln-uteii track,
And n have ever hl'.rrh d so,
I ucvercouM look buek.
Stop until I p. i! the Uu!... cot
Where fir-t Inaw the liht,
Whlrh uiy vw.rn heart has ne'er for'ol,
Th jugh il hs goue from eight.
OU! let mo nee my father' fife,
Aud h-ar the voice of mother;
lut !,t me (.,-,. H1y fi,ti.r- unilie.
And i lmp the hatnl ol bn.th--;
I..M me seu that hai.y day a-ain
When I m-hkI a merry firidr
All h".i'li!njr Iu mv new found jo .
By uiy fond hUfhand'a ide
"SfMiiukf 1 hear the voice of Time
Like a t.-cher kind and true.
' Child. 11 I -Ive thoe i;!impe aweet.
Vou mn-t -(x- the hitter too.
Thof Viark hour ao rilled with xtW!.
Mut. too. pan hefore your even,-
When the angel took your loved one
To a home xithin thekle.
Would jou feel the bltterne. yuu fe.l
W hen w ith forttine'aahlftlng tide,
l'rieuil vou hail deemed a true a bra :s.
Turned coldly from your hie
Ah! the clouds which oft bare ohcur-i
Your aky which was I right.
Would ahut. I fear, all lifioua meet.
Oui from your eager aight."
Oh! father Time. 1 then will t-as- '
To a'k tlii Imioui of you.
Sinro if I flow the happy pas!,
1 mut ee toe unhappy, too
I'll walk ou with you a I have.
I iitli my race In run,
Then luy ne down In death to aleep.
When all my work l done.
Then let tu hope a home I'll find,
All free from grief and pais -
Joined with dear one, loved on earti.
No more to part agatu.
I'io-.o. in., tut. uh, V A.M
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nlcht at S o. clock.
Hy a gentleman as teacher Iu public or privnt
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lied to teach the Latin, Freneh and German lai.
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primer, paragon and dnuhlo engllh letter ami
figure full nfld complete, wllliout spacee nnd
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oftliu Ohio river. amH mile from ll. K. etntion.
Uil) iiere en acre under fence. Orchard of about
Kniere. llu a frame dwelling or Hrootn. tlond
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f'JUOu month cah be made by live men. Haret-hancn
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